Nginx 1.9.15 [engine x] recently released, is an open source webserver, HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server. Nginx powers several high-visibility sites, such as Netflix, Hulu, Pinterest, CloudFlare, Airbnb, WordPress.com, GitHub, SoundCloud, Zynga, Eventbrite, Zappos, Media Temple, Heroku, RightScale, Engine Yard and MaxCDN. Nginx 1.9.15 changelog Bugfix: “recv() failed” errors might occur when using HHVM as a FastCGI server. Bugfix: when using HTTP/2 and the “limit_req” or “auth_request” directives a timeout or a “client violated flow control” error might occur while reading client request body; the bug had appeared in 1.
nginx 1.7.10 [engine x] released last month, is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server, written by Igor Sysoev. According to Netcraft, nginx served or proxied 21.21% busiest sites in February 2015. nginx 1.7.10 changelog Feature: the “use_temp_path” parameter of the “proxy_cache_path”, “fastcgi_cache_path”, “scgi_cache_path”, and “uwsgi_cache_path” directives Feature: the $upstream_header_time variable Workaround: now on disk overflow nginx tries to write error logs once a second only Bugfix: the “try_files” directive did not ignore normal files while testing directories Bugfix: alerts “sendfile() failed” if the “sendfile” directive was used on OS X; the bug had appeared in 1.